Why Monitor for Autonomic Nervous System Imbalance?
ANS imbalance does not happen overnight; it occurs slowly over time. After a prolonged period, the imbalance leads to organ dysfunction, thereby resulting in symptoms and possible permanent damage of the ANS itself. ANS dysfunction often precedes the symptoms associated with a variety of diseases. It is also believed to compromise a person’s quality of life and reduce their longevity. ANS monitoring allows clinicians to identify an individual’s unique physiologic differences, and more precisely monitor their response to disease and therapy. We utilize on of the most sophisticated methods of ANS analysis, the ANX 3.0 developed after 30 years of research by the ANSAR Group. The ANX 3.0 is a FDA-approved method of accurately quantifying the functionality of both the Parasympathetic and Sympathetic components of your autonomic nervous system. Diagnosis of Autonomic Nervous System Imbalance Research into the anatomy, function and clinical importance of the ANS has been ongoing for several d